The Chicago Cubs would be wise to borrow a note from their Southside counterparts and begin to strongly pursue locking up some of their pre-arbitration studs.
After another shot was fired by Tom Ricketts at this weekend’s Cubs Convention, it’s time for the Ricketts to do the right thing and welcome Sammy Sosa back.
Mike Montgomery has expressed his desire to start, somewhere in 2018, and the Cubs might be wise to seriously consider it for a few reasons that benefit the club in the now and the future.
Rolling out the tape on the two best starting pitchers on the market, both of whom could be calling 1060 W. Addison Street home next season.
This “Hot Stove” season has been anything but, yet the Chicago Cubs have found a way to effectively quell most of their offseason needs to this point.
Anthony Rizzo is a world-class ball player, but more importantly he is a dedicated philanthropist off of the field, dedicated to helping children battling cancer and other diseases through his foundation, making him an easy nominee for our Sportsperson of the Year Award.
After a handful of signings over the past couple weeks, we take a look at what the 2018 Chicago Cubs pitching staff looks like as of today.
The Chicago Cubs have added yet another arm this winter, inking southpaw Drew Smyly to a two-year deal on Tuesday night at the MLB Winter Meetings.
Theo Epstein and the Cubs have made under-the-radar moves this winter that begin to address their needs, expect the plan to remain the same in Orlando.
Reports are surfacing that Cubs have signed RHP Brandon Morrow to a two-year deal worth a total of $20-22 million. Anyone who watched the 2017 postseason will probably know his name, as […]